The Dacia Sandero is cheaper than someone who refuses to buy sweets for their kids.
The Dacia Sandero is cheaper than someone who refuses to buy sweets for their kids. As such, the entry-level trim costs from only £5,995. But what do you get for the price a few Jelly Babies? The Sandero Access has five doors, a 1.2-litre 75bhp petrol engine, and a spacious 320-litre boot for sweets. Cargo capacity, in fact, can be increased to 1,200- litres by folding the rear seats flat. These also split 60/40. The Sandero has a sweet tasting gadget specification too. Highlights include the: anti-lock brakes, traction control, air- bags, daytime running lights, and the gear-shift indicator. This help motorists minimise fuel consumption by advising when to change cog. On the downside, the Access has manually operated windows and “pre-wiring” for an accessory fit radio/speaker system. Not so sweet.The Dacia Sandero Ambiance has a few more toys to sweeten its taste. These include the: radio CD player with fingertip controls, Bluetooth, remote central locking, electric front windows, and body coloured bumpers. It has chrome surrounds for the instrument dials too. Power comes from either the Access' 1.2-litre 75bhp engine, the 0.9 TCe 90 turbocharged unit, or the 1.5 dCi 90. All for £6,595, £7,395, and £8,395 respectively. These engines are available in the top-end Lauréate trim too. This also has: air-con, heated/electric mirrors, and cruise control. Clearly, a fantastic specification for £7,995 to £9,795. Jelly Baby lovers can even add a fully-integrated seven-inch touch-screen sat-nav for only £250. Happy days.